Here's my question ... Or maybe it's a deep thought or one of those over-arching rhetorical musings that Carrie used to have at the beginning of each episode of "Sex and the City" ...
Well, anyway ... Here it is:
Does a kiss cancel out the bitey?
The reason that I ask is that the Feline Americans and I have been debating this issue for the past week (since voting for "Housecat of the Quarter" ends on Tuesday with the big announcement on Wednesday).
I'm being out-voted four to one.
The boys (I'm referring to them as "boys" 'cuz none have been acting much like ManCats for the past couple of days) all give Mom the bitey and then quickly administer smooches claiming to negate the painful tooth-to-hand exchange.
I feel that emotions leading to a bitey had to come from somewhere. Covering them up with tongue kisses is the epitome of hypocrisy. If I'm givin' the bitey, I want the hand bein' bitten to communicate to Mom that a line has been crossed. I am displeased! A bitey is a precursor to a full-fledged hissy fit and bunny-kick fest! Watch it, sister!
So, what do YOU think? DOES a kiss cancel out a bitey? The blogosphere wants ... nay, NEEDS ... to know (or at least THIS blogger does).
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